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CPF operates integrated agro-industrial and food business with its objectives to provide products in high quality and environmentally and socially responsible manner.
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Board of Directors

Mr. Adirek Sripratak
Vice Chairman

Vice Chairman, Member of the Corporate Governance Committee, Member of the Remuneration and Nominating Committee, Member of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Committee and Chairman of the Executive Committee

Age

73 years

Shareholding in CPF/1

144,778 shares or equivalent to 0.002% of paid-up capital 

Education

- Honorary Doctorate in Business Administration (Management)
     Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi, Thailand
- Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy in Food Technology
     Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
- Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy Faculty of Food Science
     Kasetsart University, Thailand
- Honorary Doctorate in Science
     Maejo University, Thailand
- Honorary Doctorate in Economics
     Chiang Mai University, Thailand
- Honorary Doctorate in Science, Food Science and Technology
     Rajamangala University of Technology Isan, Thailand 

Date of Appointment

July 14, 1998

Director Training

- Enrollment in Director Certification Program No. 5/2001
- Enrollment in Director Accreditation Program on May 4, 2005
- Enrollment in Risk Management Program for Corporate Leader 2017
- Enrollment in Corporate Governance for Executive 2017
     Thai Institute of Directors Association

Attendance at meetings in 2018 

- Board of Directors 7 times out of 7 meetings
- Corporate Governance Committee 2 times out of 2 meetings
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development
   Committee 2 times out of 2 meetings

Experiences

- Vice Chairman and Member of the Remuneration and Nomination
     Committee
     2012-Present C.P. Pokphand Co., Ltd. (Investment in agro-industrial & food business)
- Chairman
     2012-Present CPF (Thailand) Plc. (Agro-industrial and food business)
- Director 
     Subsidiaries of Charoen Pokphand Foods Plc.
- Director
     2005-Present CP All Plc. (Convenience store business)
     2013-Present Siam Makro Plc. (Cash & carry wholesale business)
     2010-Present CP-Meiji Co., Ltd. (Manufacture of milk & dairy products)
     Present Arbor Acres Thailand Co., Ltd. (Chicken breeding business)
     Present Ross Breeders Siam Co., Ltd. (Chicken breeding business)
- Honorary President
     Thai Broiler Processing Exporters Association

 

/1    As of May 8, 2019 which included shareholding by spouse and minor child

The Roles and Responsibilities of the Board of Directors
  • To perform its duties in accordance with the laws, the Company's objectives and Articles of Association, as well as resolutions of shareholders meetings, with due accountability, care and integrity;
  • To determine the major policies for business operations, as well as the policies relating to finance, mobilization of funds, funds management, management of the Company's risks, allocation and management of information technology, and to supervise the management for the implementation of these policies in an efficient and effective manner;
  • To consider and approve the Company's vision and mission, and cause a review thereof every year;
  • To consider and approve the Company's objectives, strategies and business plans as well as conduct a review thereof every year, and to monitor the results of the implementation of those prescribed plans;
  • To consider and approve matters other than those which are within the authority delegated to the Co-President, or matters which must be approved by the Board of Directors or a shareholders meeting as prescribed by the law or the relevant rules or procedures of the Company;
  • To set up an internal control system covering the areas of business operations, financial reporting and compliance with the laws and the Company's rules, policies and procedures. In this regard, the Internal Audit Office has the duty to audit the compliance with this internal control system, and make a report to the Audit Committee. The Board of Directors will evaluate the risk management system and assess the adequacy and appropriateness of the internal control system on a yearly basis, and will review the significant systems at least once a year. The Board of Directors will also provide its opinions thereon in the annual report;
  • To promote innovation and the use of technology to enhance competitiveness with responsibilities to social and environmental matters and ensure that management take it into their consideration when reviewing the Company’s strategies;
  • To assess the compliance with the corporate governance policy and conduct a review thereof at least once a year;
  • To appoint the Co-President, to supervise and ensure that the Co-President performs his duties in accordance with the Company's corporate governance policy and the scope of authority delegated by the Board of Directors, and to conduct an annual evaluation of the Co-President's performance in order to support the determination of his remuneration;
  • To appoint directors or executives to serve as directors of the subsidiaries in order to oversee their operations in accordance with their investment objectives;
  • To appoint the Company Secretary who is to be responsible for all matters as required by the law;
  • To appoint the Audit Committee, the Executive Committee and other committees, such as the Remuneration and Nominating Committee, in order to assist the Board of Directors in supervising the business with a view to achieving the prescribed objectives. The majority of the committee members shall be independent directors. The chairmen of the committees must be independent directors; and
  • To set up a plan for director and management development, as well as a succession plan.